Allegiant Electric, a Nevada-based electrical company, has seen its fleet increase in size and see a boost in job productivity since the implementation of the Verizon Connect Reveal mobile resource management software.
The electric company also increased revenue by 581%, according to the companies. Prior to using Reveal to run their fleet, Allegiant would complete three jobs per day. Since implementation, Allegiant has been able to complete upwards of 30 jobs per day, add additional vehicles and grow its workforce.
Allegiant Electric provides full service electric contracting, solar installation, and maintenance and repair for residential customers and commercial and industrial businesses, according to the company. It uses the Reveal live map and scheduling functions to locate vehicles in the field and quickly and efficiently schedule jobs according to the location of workers in the field. Allegiant also uses Reveal’s notes functionality to help improve efficiency while completing jobs in the field, which is key during the pandemic when detailed notes and additional precautions are crucial to keeping employees and customers safe.
“We knew we needed something to help manage our scheduling, but never imagined how much the Reveal platform would transform our business,” said Allegiant Electric co-owner and founder Andrea Vigil. “The platform and its many features have given us visibility into our business like never before, enabling us to become a more productive, efficient and profitable business.”
All of the vehicles in Allegiant Electric’s fleet are running on Reveal, with plans to add more.
“Allegiant Electric provides essential services, so delivering the software solutions they need to safely service their customer, drive revenue growth, and improve efficiency and productivity is essential,” said Kevin Aries, head of global product success at Verizon Connect. “This is a great example of how Verizon Connect is helping organizations of all sizes drive positive business impact and safely service customers.”
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet